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Delano Williams

Delano Williams Nearly Breaks a Usain Bolt Junior Record

Posted on 18 Mar, 2013, by in Other Sport

It seems like forever since Great Britain had a world-class sprinter, but maybe Delano Williams, who’s actually from the Turks and Caicos Islands, will be the next man to impress after such a long drought, nearly breaking a 10-year old record set by Usain Bolt at ISSA Boys and Girls Championships in Jamaica. More

Rafael Nadal 2013

Rafael Nadal – The Feel Good Story of 2013

Posted on 18 Mar, 2013, by in Tennis

We’re barely in the middle of March, but it’s hard to find a better fit than Rafael Nadal for comeback of the year, winning his first Hard Court title in nearly 3 years after almost looking like someone who won’t be playing tennis for much longer, maybe even giving up the sport. More

Wales 2013 Six Nations Champions

All-Time Six Nations Standings

Posted on 17 Mar, 2013, by in Rugby

Wales won the Six Nations tournament thanks to point difference and a massive win on the final day of the tournament over England, but that still isn’t enough, despite winning the title for the second consecutive time (being the first side to retain the trophy since France from six years ago, to climb too high on the all-time Six Nations standings. More

England vs Wales 2013

2013 Six Nations – Wales vs England Predictions

Posted on 16 Mar, 2013, by in Rugby

There’s nothing better than the Six Nations tournament being decided on the last day, between the two sides still in the title race, as undefeated, Grand Slam chasing England are visiting Wales at the Millennium Stadium, who need more than just any kind of win to win the title for the second consecutive time. More

Nadal Federer

Rafael Nadal Makes Roger Federer Look Old

Posted on 15 Mar, 2013, by in Tennis

Last year, it was Roger Federer beating Rafael Nadal at Indian Wells, showing us he’s got still a lot in the tank to win another Grand Slam title, which he did. It’s 2013, and Nadal is the comeback kid (off an injury), playing very well on both clay and hard courts, disposing of his elderly rival en route to the semifinal of the BNP Paribas Open. More

Gonzaga Bulldogs

Gonzaga Bulldogs – Best Parody Video of the Year

Posted on 12 Mar, 2013, by in Miscellaneous

The 2012-2013 season isn’t over yet for Gonzaga, but there’s no reason it’s quite special, winning the WCC regular season title, the tournament title and heading into the NCAA tournament as a #1 seed, with a #1 AP Poll ranking. Oh, and now there’s this awesome Parody video, borrowing from Macklemore’s Thrift Shop. More

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Toby Flood and Not Much More (England vs Italy)

Posted on 10 Mar, 2013, by in Rugby

The unsympathetic reaction from the fans once the final whistle was blown told everything you needed to know about the match. England won, but were far from impressive, needing six Toby Flood penalties to overcome a stubborn Italy side, that almost thwarted a perfect run in the 2013 Six Nations Championship. More

Bernard Hopkins

Bernard Hopkins Not Too Old to Beat Tavoris Cloud

Posted on 10 Mar, 2013, by in Boxing

There isn’t such a thing for too old to still be dominant in boxing, or win a title belt. Not for Bernanrd Hopkins, as B-Hop became the IBF Light Heavyweight champion, thus breaking his own record for oldest champion in the history of boxing after beating Tavoris Cloud by a unanimous decision. More

Sergio Parisse

2013 Six Nations – England vs Italy Predictions

Posted on 10 Mar, 2013, by in Rugby

On paper, this should be the easiest match of the tournament for England and a chance to give some key players a rest heading into the title-clinching match happening a week later, but Italy are hoping they can somehow make something happen in a stadium they’ve never seen much success in. More

Connor Murray

Frederic Michalak Ruins it Once Again (Ireland vs France)

Posted on 9 Mar, 2013, by in Rugby

After being one of the best rugby players in the world, at least for one season, Frederic Michalak did almost everything wrong in the second consecutive draw between Ireland and France, while his mirroring fly-half, Paddy Jackson, did almost everything right but a brutal beating coming from the French was too much to overcome. More